Europe Goes ‘On Sale’ for the Summer

The Siegestor in Munich.

By Jeremy Del Nero on 28 April 2017
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A spate of terrorist attacks, changes in government, and the looming exit of a major nation from the European Union have brought about an unlikely benefit for travelers: Europe, at least for Americans, is on sale.

Now is the time to start thinking about a European vacation this summer and, in the event you are contemplating the purchase of a new car, considering European Delivery from Audi, BMW, Mercedes-Benz, Porsche, or Volvo.

From Athens to Zürich, the conflation of events along with increased competition in the sky and a stronger dollar have made Europe a bargain for American travelers.

The town of Melk, Austria

The town of Melk, Austria

Thanks to low-cost carriers such as Norwegian and Wow, airfares to major cities have dropped by at least 25% in most cases.   Headline-making Norwegian, now with U.S. Department of Transportation approval to fly to the United States under the Open Skies treaty, has launched multiple new non-stop routes linking Paris to New York, Los Angeles, and Fort Lauderdale.   It plans to launch ten new routes from the United Kingdom and Ireland to the U.S. this summer and will provide new service from London (Gatwick) to Denver and Seattle at summer’s end.

U.S. airlines have responded to the interlopers by lowering prices on many routes and improving their service as well.

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